The Capital Cooking MCR486G-N 48-In. Precision Series Natural Gas Manual Clean Range with Six Sealed Burners and 12-In. Thermo-Griddle is a 48-In. manual clean oven with 30,000 BTU Bake Burner for uniform cooking and 18,000 BTU Infrared Broil Burner for perfect searing. It features oven modes for bake, broil, convection bake, open door broil and fits a full-size commercial cookie sheet (26 In. x 18 In.) with 4.9 Cu. Ft. cavity.
- Precision Series 48-in. NG manual clean range with 6 sealed burners and 12-in. Thermo-Griddle
- 19,000 BTU Sealed Burners with heavy duty porcelain coated cast iron platform grates for a single cooking surface
- All burners adjust down to a delicate constant simmer
- All burner have auto ignition and re-ignition
- Primary Oven Size: 27"W X 21"D X 15H (4.9 cu. ft.)
- Companion Oven Size:15"W X 21"D X 15"H (2.7 cu. ft.)
- 18,000 BTU Infrared Broil Burner for perfect searing
- 5 rack positions with two racks provided per oven
- Bake, broil, and convection
- Flush oven bottom
- Infrared Broil burner for quick searing and grilling
- Flush island friendly rear trim
- Thermo-Griddle with a 3/8" thick stainless steel thermostatically controlled Griddle Plate at 18,000 BTU
- Stainless Steel griddle cover included
- EZ-Glides feature full extension removable drip trays mounted on ball bearing rails
- Stay-Cool Die Cast Chrome plated metal knobs with Black Trim (Cabernet trim available as an accessory)
- Height adjustable front and rear leveler legs
- Defrost, preheat, warm, slow cooking, normal thawing, advanced thawing
- Photo shows MCR484BG configuration; this model includes 6 burners and 12-In. griddle
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